The Coen brothers O Brother, Where Art Thou? makes very good use of modern
technology to affect the overall portrayal and cinematography of the film. Made in
the 2000, the film was edited to give it a grainy quality. This was done to give the
films presen
Farinelli 1
A Star Studies Approach
Moonrise Kingdom takes us away from the conventional structure and
way a love story is told. Instead of star-crossed lovers meeting in a big city, Wes
Anderson takes us to a minute island off the coast of New England wh
Spike Lee is known for his extensive use of realism and almost in-your-face
rawness when making his films. In Do the Right Thing, one of his earlier films, this
way of presentation is very pervasive through out the film. Instances of this that
immediately
The Artist.
I found this film to be a powerful commentary on not only the shifting in film styles
in the early 1900s, but also as an allegorical look at the way change happens in
almost any medium. We have the old represented by Jean Dujardins character,
Much of Do the Right Thing was shot very close up. By doing this, it gives viewers a
sense of their space being invaded. By Having Radio Raheem, with his music
blasting, yell for two slices of pizza with extra cheese, only to garner an equally
boisterous
http:/www.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eects of high altitude on humans.
This is the height where air pressure drops to where humans are at
extreme risk of dying if they climb without supplemental oxygen
support beyond this height hypoxia reduces ones ability to ma
between the two hinges, nd the total force (magnitude and direction)
exerted by each hinge.
Neglect the mass of the doorknob and assume that the center of mass
of the door is at W/2,H/2. The force directions drawn for you are NOT
likely to be correct or e
At one standard atmosphere, we can easily determine what a mercury
barometer at room temperature will read (the height H of its column
of mercury above the level of mercury in the reservoir):
P0 = 13534
kg m3 9.80665
m sec2 H = 101325Pa (719)
Note well, w
12r
Figure 99: A Force Couple is a pair of equal and opposite forces that
may or may not act along the line between the points where they are
applied to a rigid object. Force couples exert a torque that is
indenpedent of the pivot on an object and (of cou
In the gure above, a force
~ F = 2 x + 1 y
Newtons is applied to a disk at the point
~r = 2 x2 y as shown. (That is, Fx = 2 N, Fy = 1 N, x = 2 m, y = 2
m). Find the total torque about a pivot at the origin. Dont forget that
torque is a vector, so specify
used the pythagorean theorem and/or inspection of the gure to
determine r for each of the two forces. No torque due to N is
present, so Fm in this case is indeed the minimum force F at the
marginal point where rotation just starts to happen:
Fm =
mgpR2 (R
Example 8.1.2: Variation of Oceanic Pressure with Depth
The pressure on the surface of the ocean is, approximately, by
denition, one atmosphere. Water is a highly incompressible uid with
w = 1000 kilograms per cubic meter142. g 10 meters/second2.
Thus: P(
Newton meter2 (698) A Pascal is a tiny unit of pressure a Newton
isnt very big, recall (one kilogram weighs roughly ten Newtons or 2.2
pounds) so a Pascal is the weight of a quarter pound spread out over a
square meter. Writing out pascal is a bit cumbers
opposite in their y-direction) and similarly for the force on the front
and back faces in the x-direction, which will always be true if the
pressure does not vary horizontally with variations in x or y. In the zdirection, however, force equilibrium requir
the large end can be neglected in Bernoullis Equation. In that case
the exit speed is the same as the speed of a mass dropped the same
distance: v =p2gH (695)where H is the depth of the hole relative to the
top surface of the uid in the tank.
8.1: General
omit the modier dynamical from the term viscosity in this course,
although there is actually another, equivalent measure of viscosity
called the kinematic viscosity, = /. The primary di erence is the
units has the SI units of pascal-seconds where has unit
Heres the general idea. If we consider a tiny (eventually di erentially
small) chunk of uid in force equilibrium, gravity will pull it down
and the only thing that can push it up is a pressure dierence between
the top and the bottom of the chunk. By requi
In b):
Tw + Fb mg = 0 Tw = mgFb = crownV gwaterV g = (crown
water)V g (749)
We know (we measured) the values of Ta and Tw, but we dont know V
or crown. We have two equations and two unknowns, and we would
like most of all to solve for crown. To do so, we
displays features that are the results of moderate interaction,
depending on the pressure and temperature. Water131 is, as noted, a
remarkable liquid. H2O is a polar molecules with a permanent dipole
moment, so water molecules are very strongly interactin
properties of and laws pertaining to static uids, uids that are in
static equilibrium.
Static Fluids
8.1.6: Pressure and Connement of Static Fluids
Fleft Fright
V
A
Fluid (density )
Confining box
Figure 102: A uid in static equilibrium conned to a sealed
which implies that the pressure at the left and right conning walls is
the same:
Pleft = Pright = P (707)
, and that this pressure describes the force exerted by the uid on the
walls and vice versa. Again, the exact same thing is true for the other
four s
We will ignore these in this course. Pressure is the force per unit
area exerted by a uid on its surroundings: P = F/A (687)
Its SI units are pascals where 1 pascal = 1 newton/meter squared.
Pressure is also measured in atmospheres (the pressure of air at
original denition of the standard atmosphere. For better or worse,
Torricellis original observation dened one standard atmosphere to be
exactly 760 millimeters of mercury (which is a lot to write or say) or
as we would now say, 760 torr139.
Mercury barome
s
Figure 98: A uniform rectangular block with dimensions W by H
(which has its center of mass at W/2, H/2) is pushed at a height h by a
force F. The block sits on a horizontal smooth table with coe cient of
static friction s.
A uniform block of mass M bei
where we assume the upper surface is at depth z (this wont matter, as
well see in a moment). Since P(z +h) = P(z)+gh, we can nd the net
upward buoyant force exerted on this little cross-section
360 Week 8: Fluids
h
A
A
A
F = g h A = g V b (up)
F = P(z +
To summarize, uids have the following properties that you should
conceptually and intuitively understand and be able to use in working
uid problems:
They usually assume the shape of any vessel they are placed in
(exceptions are associated with surface ee
M = V (705)
133This state will also entail thermodynamic equilibrium with the box
(which must be at a uniform temperature) and hence the uid in this
particular non-accelerating box has a uniform density.
Week 8: Fluids 347
where V is the volume of the box
the integral will be too complicated to cope with. Pascals Principle is
more commonly given in English words as:
Any change in the pressure exerted at a given point on a conned uid
is transmitted, undiminished, throughout the uid.
Pascals principle is the
R
h
F
pivot
Figure 100:
One classic example of static equilibrium and force couples is that of a
ball or cylinder being rolled up over a step. The way the problem is
typically phrased is:
a) Find the minimum force F that must be applied (as shown in gure
positive direction for torque to be out of the page. It should then be
quite obvious that when the block is barely tipping over, so that we can
ignore any torque due to N and Fs:
WMg 2 hcritFmax =
WMg 2 hcritsMg = 0 (679)
324 Week 7: Statics
or (solving f